While deteriorating the situation within the "French Masonic Confederation" project, GLNF sticks on the right path

Monday, 4 March 2013

While deteriorating the situation within the "French Masonic Confederation" project, GLNF sticks on the right path


Even though progress reached by the members of the French Masonic confederation remains under doubt, facts are showing another type of evolution. Loge Nationale Française left the project of the French Masonic Confederation. and the decision was announced by an official letter sent by Robert Guinot (President of the National Council) to Marc Henry, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of France. The decision comes amid disagreements caused by GLdF regarding Roger Dachez, which totally unsatisfied LNF's members and leadership.


On the other hand good news for GLNF's Brethren. "GLNF is on the right track, says APMR, even if there is much to do to regain its status within international Freemasonry. Servel's election as Grand Master, the implemented reforms, the removal of Stifani and the fact that the Grand Lodge, once again led by Freemasons and not French civil authorities are considered by the Grand Masters in North America as a positive evolution of GLNF."

Quoting the same source, "Based on this decision, the best since the statements of UGLE's Grand Chancellor last fall, GLNF can start to prepare with confidence the celebration of its Centennial. This indicates that despite internal and external shocks received, GLNF continues to be a force supported by the Grand Lodges."


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